If someone mentions Spain what city springs to mind first? Maybe you immediately think of Barcelona, the city that is bursting with attractive architecture and awe-inspiring art. Maybe you’re one who thinks of a more silent getaway in the old and captivating town of Alicante. Spain has an array of countries that are an attraction for many tourists each year.
Malaga is one of those cities that many flock to. This energetic and entertaining destination is a storehouse of skylines, sensational cuisines, classic cocktails, and so much more. It’s a place that can’t be encapsulated in a brief sentence. Its flamboyant features intrigue many individuals to return year after year. You could experience the exceptional metropolis for yourself. Rent a car when you get there and take in all that Malaga has to offer. Here are just a few of the attractions you could see.
Alcazaba of Málaga
This intricately and cleverly designed medieval palace dates back to the 11th century. It consists of towering stone walls surrounded by protruding pine trees and stunning sea views. This location is a breath-taking monument that parades pride in the history of the country, as well as the glories of nature. Take in a panoramic view of the city and its bay, while capturing this citadel that depicts one of Muslims most important works of all time.
Malaga Wine Museum
Swish your crimson coloured wine gently around the base of your crystal clear glass give it a good sniff a sip. Many know some of the classic ways to tell what good wine is, but the Malaga Wine Museum showcases the history, process and culture of wine-making. Spain is a haven for tantalising and tasty wines that have wet the lips of millions over the years, so where better to learn the facts and background of making it but here.
This is a location that is known as an ecclesiastical province. The Malaga Cathedral is therefore comfortably situated in this largely catholic location. With its grand pillars, and striking imagery inside, this is a breath-taking piece of architecture. It’s in the renaissance architectural tradition and it stands out so beautifully.
When going on a family holiday, finding something to entertain the kids is an essential. You want them to enjoy the experience just as much as you. Tivoli World is the perfect place to take the family. There’s a host of attractions to keep you busy and enthralled, and a theatre that offers a host of performances. One of the performers may even be a famous Spanish singer called Maria Isabel.
Playa de La Malagueta
Anyone interested in visiting Spain wants somewhere they can go and enjoy some time on the beach. In Malaga, this is one of those places you can go. Soak up the sun in this location surrounded by a host of villas, and hugged by a line of palm trees. It’s a delightful destination with white sands that you can dip your toes in and enjoy the leisure.